While our website hasn’t reflected it, we have made many changes and updates coming into the new year. We are working on some exciting projects and humming along here behind the scenes. We are starting strong this year by having four books in various stages of production as we hit the new year, and we […]
It’s been a busy year for Insomnia with the release of our first two books, The Vanishing of Katherine Sullivan, and Fields of Broken Steel. We are very proud of all the hard work done by our editors, authors, and cover designers this year, since we had a lot to do, and everyone put forward […]
Almost every author we have spoken to asks this question, and it’s a valid one. In today’s world of self-publishing authors have been provided unprecedented access to powerful tools which allow them to cut out the middle man and go straight to print. This has led to an industry revolution where it is a common philosophy that publishers are a dinosaur that will (and some think should) go extinct. However, self-publishing isn’t for everyone, and that’s where we come in.
Hello out there, everyone! I thought I’d drop by to give you all an update since I haven’t posted since before Christmas. Bad me, I know. However, we have a lot of exciting things happening here at Insomnia Publishing, so this should be worth the wait.
First, we here at Insomnia would like to extend our holiday greetings to all of our friends. It’s been an amazing year as we have begun this road toward incorporation and creating our company. Not to mention our first book!
Hello, hello! I know I haven’t been updating this as often as usual, and I apologize for that. Things are, however, taking off here at Insomnia. We are in the stages of finalizing our contract format and getting the contracts out to our short-story contributors. We have also been preparing our novel contract because we […]
I spent about two hours on the phone with an author earlier today discussing his book and his concerns about the publishing industry. He’s come from a background of researching the music industry and seeing how poorly they treat people looking for contracts, and I had to say I agreed with him. Traditional publishing (even […]
Authors are like a tray of cupcakes. Delicious, decadent, sinful, and everyone wants them. (And they add pounds if you eat them, but who’s counting?) When we see them brought into the office we immediately start arguing about who can have how many, and sometimes fights to the death break out. However the reality is that we cannot eat all the cupcakes alone. Nor should we try to!